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Sep 23, 2009 02:21 |  #1

Wedding photographer extraordinaire Ryan Brenizer invented this really cool technique while on his honeymoon which is dubbed “The Brenizer Method”. For those who may or may not have heard of it and are not sure of what this technique is exactly, it’s essentially using a telephoto lens to create a very shallow depth of field as if shot with a wider angle lens. This technique makes a dSLR image look like it was shot by medium format

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Sep 23, 2009 03:07 |  #2

The results look quite fantastic.
I am intrigued, and may attempt this.


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Sep 23, 2009 06:43 |  #3

Very cool, but I'd love to see some 1:1, or at least bigger than 600 pixels in the sample shots. I'll have to give it a try some time soon!


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Sep 23, 2009 07:08 |  #4

Interesting technique. I can see, tho, where it can be much like selective color in that you want to use it selectively (no pun intended). Overuse would become redundant and boring.


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Sep 23, 2009 07:48 |  #5

I can see a use for that, but disagree with this:
"If you choose to shoot JPEG, make sure you set the quality of your JPEG to the smallest setting. You’re not taking a single picture, but rather 20 or more and stitching them together so you don’t need to worry about quality on each of the shot as the final output will be a very high quality image. You could shoot at Large, but keep in mind that will exponentially increase processing time."


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Sep 23, 2009 12:19 |  #6

I think the quote should read:

it’s essentially a shot that looks like it's taken with a wider angle lens, but using a telephoto lens and stitching to create a very shallow depth of field. This technique makes a dSLR image look like it was shot by medium format

Still confusing, but at least correct ;)

But yeah, it looks nice. Creative use of multi-row pano shots ;)


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Sep 23, 2009 22:29 |  #7

That's one way to spend your Honeymoon...To each his own I guess.


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Sep 24, 2009 01:08 |  #8

Love it! Thanks so much for posting!


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